This paper was prepared for the April 2010 Panel Meeting of Economic Policy in Madrid. The authors wish to thank seminar participants at LSE, Lancaster, Michigan State University, Northwestern, Royal Holloway, Stanford and the 51st Economic Policy meeting in Madrid for comments, especially Josh Angrist, Gary Becker, Thierry Brodaty, Eric Hanushek, Joseph Lanfranchi, Victor Lavy, Ed Lazear, Susanne Loeb, Derek Neal, John Pencavel, Luigi Pistaferri, Kathryn Shaw, Ian Walker and Ludger Woessman. Peter Dolton gratefully acknowledges support from the Stanford University National Fellows Scheme. Oscar Marcenaro gratefully acknowledges the financial support granted by the Fundación Centro de Estudios Andaluces under research contract PRY066/09. The Managing Editor in charge of this paper was Jan van Ours.
If you pay peanuts do you get monkeys? A cross-country analysis of teacher pay and pupil performance
Article first published online: 11 JAN 2011
© CEPR, CES, MSH, 2011
Volume 26, Issue 65, pages 5–55, January 2011
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Dolton, P. and Marcenaro-Gutierrez, O. D. (2011), If you pay peanuts do you get monkeys? A cross-country analysis of teacher pay and pupil performance. Economic Policy, 26: 5–55. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0327.2010.00257.x
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- Article first published online: 11 JAN 2011
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